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HERPTILE FOOD

Suitable for many species!

We have confirmed that our products are accepted by a wide range of species

Range suitabiliaty

Please use the below feeding suitability chart as a guide to decide on the best choice for your pet. The color indicates the ideal food(s)

ALL

ALL

  • LEOPAGEL

    LEOPAGEL

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    LEOPAGEL

    LEOPAGEL
  • CRESTGEL

    CRESTGEL

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    CRESTGEL

    CRESTGEL
  • DRAGONGEL

    DRAGONGEL

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    DRAGONGEL

    DRAGONGEL
  • DRAGON DELITE

    DRAGON DELITE

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    DRAGON DELITE

    DRAGON DELITE
  • MULBERIFIC DELITE

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

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    MULBERIFIC DELITE

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

Insectivorous Reptiles

  • Leopard Gecko

    Leopard Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • Red-Eyed Crocodile Skink

    Red-Eyed Crocodile Skink

    LEOPAGEL

  • Panther Chameleon

    Panther Chameleon

    LEOPAGEL

  • Veiled Chameleon

    Veiled Chameleon

    LEOPAGEL

  • Tokay Gecko

    Tokay Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • African Fat-Tailed Gecko

    African Fat-Tailed Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • New Caledonian Giant Gecko

    New Caledonian Giant Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • Giant Gecko

    Giant Gecko

    CRESTGEL

  • Gargoyle Gecko

    Gargoyle Gecko

    CRESTGEL

  • Green Iguana(juvenile)

    Green Iguana(juvenile)

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGONGEL

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Green Iguana

    Green Iguana

    DRAGON DELITE

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Central Bearded Dragon

    Central Bearded Dragon

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGON DELITE

  • Central Bearded Dragon (juvenile)

    Central Bearded Dragon (juvenile)

    DRAGONGEL

  • Ocellated Lizard

    Ocellated Lizard

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGONGEL

  • Sudan Plated Lizard

    Sudan Plated Lizard

    DRAGONGEL

  • Spiny-Tailed Lizard

    Spiny-Tailed Lizard

    DRAGON DELITE

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Checkerboard Worm Lizard

    Checkerboard Worm Lizard

    LEOPAGEL

  • Box Turtle

    Box Turtle

    LEOPAGEL

Omnivorous Reptiles

  • Crested Gecko

    Crested Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

    CRESTGEL

  • Mossy New Caledonian Gecko

    Mossy New Caledonian Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • Madagascar Day Gecko

    Madagascar Day Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • Day Gecko

    Day Gecko

    CRESTGEL

  • Water Dragon

    Water Dragon

    DRAGONGEL

  • Lawson's Bearded

    Lawson's Bearded

    DRAGONGEL

  • Takydromus dorsalis

    Takydromus dorsalis

    LEOPAGEL

  • Blue-Tongued Skink

    Blue-Tongued Skink

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGON DELITE

Herbivorous Turtle

  • Testudo Hermanni

    Testudo Hermanni

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Testudo Graeca

    Testudo Graeca

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Russian Tortoise

    Russian Tortoise

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Chelonoidis Carbonarius

    Chelonoidis Carbonarius

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

Insectivorous Reptiles

  • Leopard Gecko

    Leopard Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • Red-Eyed Crocodile Skink

    Red-Eyed Crocodile Skink

    LEOPAGEL

  • Panther Chameleon

    Panther Chameleon

    LEOPAGEL

  • Veiled Chameleon

    Veiled Chameleon

    LEOPAGEL

  • Tokay Gecko

    Tokay Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • African Fat-Tailed Gecko

    African Fat-Tailed Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • New Caledonian Giant Gecko

    New Caledonian Giant Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • Green Iguana(juvenile)

    Green Iguana(juvenile)

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGONGEL

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Central Bearded Dragon

    Central Bearded Dragon

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGON DELITE

  • Ocellated Lizard

    Ocellated Lizard

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGONGEL

  • Checkerboard Worm Lizard

    Checkerboard Worm Lizard

    LEOPAGEL

  • Box Turtle

    Box Turtle

    LEOPAGEL

Omnivorous Reptiles

  • Crested Gecko

    Crested Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

    CRESTGEL

  • Mossy New Caledonian Gecko

    Mossy New Caledonian Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • Madagascar Day Gecko

    Madagascar Day Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

  • Takydromus dorsalis

    Takydromus dorsalis

    LEOPAGEL

  • Blue-Tongued Skink

    Blue-Tongued Skink

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGON DELITE

Insectivorous Reptiles

  • Giant Gecko

    Giant Gecko

    CRESTGEL

  • Gargoyle Gecko

    Gargoyle Gecko

    CRESTGEL

Omnivorous Reptiles

  • Crested Gecko

    Crested Gecko

    LEOPAGEL

    CRESTGEL

  • Day Gecko

    Day Gecko

    CRESTGEL

Insectivorous Reptiles

  • Green Iguana(juvenile)

    Green Iguana(juvenile)

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGONGEL

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Central Bearded Dragon (juvenile)

    Central Bearded Dragon (juvenile)

    DRAGONGEL

  • Ocellated Lizard

    Ocellated Lizard

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGONGEL

  • Sudan Plated Lizard

    Sudan Plated Lizard

    DRAGONGEL

Omnivorous Reptiles

  • Water Dragon

    Water Dragon

    DRAGONGEL

  • Lawson's Bearded

    Lawson's Bearded

    DRAGONGEL

Insectivorous Reptiles

  • Green Iguana

    Green Iguana

    DRAGON DELITE

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Central Bearded Dragon

    Central Bearded Dragon

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGON DELITE

  • Spiny-Tailed Lizard

    Spiny-Tailed Lizard

    DRAGON DELITE

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

Omnivorous Reptiles

  • Blue-Tongued Skink

    Blue-Tongued Skink

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGON DELITE

Insectivorous Reptiles

  • Green Iguana(juvenile)

    Green Iguana(juvenile)

    LEOPAGEL

    DRAGONGEL

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Green Iguana

    Green Iguana

    DRAGON DELITE

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Spiny-Tailed Lizard

    Spiny-Tailed Lizard

    DRAGON DELITE

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

Herbivorous Turtle

  • Testudo Hermanni

    Testudo Hermanni

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Testudo Graeca

    Testudo Graeca

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Russian Tortoise

    Russian Tortoise

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

  • Chelonoidis Carbonarius

    Chelonoidis Carbonarius

    MULBERIFIC DELITE

Advantages of Hikari®

Nutrient-packed complete diet,full of vitamins

Perfect nutritional balance

  • "Gut loading" (adding nutrients to live food) or dusting is not required
  • No risk of parasites
  • We successfully bred 2nd & 3rd generation Leopard Geckos with the parents and babies eating only LeopaGel™
Baby Leopard Gecko

Precise feeding with no mixing,no hassle and no mess

Easy to feed, and with reduced odor

  • No mixing or measuring required, just squeeze out and feed
  • Significantly Reduces Odor
    93.3% of the respondents answered that the feces from individuals fed with LeopaGel™ had less odor
93.3% answered that odor was greatly reduced

PAccepted and eaten by most reptiles on first try

Highly Palatable

  • Leopard Gecko
  • Central Bearded Dragon
  • Central Bearded Dragon
  • Crested Gecko

Q&A (LeopaGel™ and other Gel items)

If the LeopaGel™ is runny when exiting the spout, is it still ok to feed?
There will be no negative impact on the reptileís health if this material is consumed. However, we recommend removing any watery gel, because it includes almost no nutrition or fiavors.
How long are the Gel items good for if kept in the fridge?
All of our testing shows remains safe for about 30 days when used and kept as directed. While we have confirmed it still safe up to 60 days (only a very small number of bacteria were found), we recommend using it within 30 days to avoid any bacteria issues caused by your utensils or gloved fingers touching the spout area.
Furthermore, LeopaGel™ gradually loses its fiavorful taste and texture with time. Please remember, all our Gel items, are free of preservatives that can harm your pet reptile over time. For this reason, refrigeration after opening and use within 30 days is very important!
I forgot to put Gel items in the refrigerator after opening, is it still OK to use?
Gel items contain no preservatives and the quality degrades rapidly if you donít keep it refrigerated. Especially in warmer room temperatures, it can be harmful very rapidly. Therefore, please always keep Gel items in the refrigerator once opened and never use it if it has an unpleasant smell or the package starts to swell. Both are indications the quality has degraded and is not safe to feed your pet.
When using Gel items stored in the refrigerator, should I wait until the food reaches room temperature before use?
Feeding trials at the Hikari® Aquatic Lab found no digestive or growth problems, even when we feed Gel items immediately after removing it from the refrigerator.
If you are not comfortable feeding a cold product or you keep your refrigerator very low, pick off the proper amount of food and wait until it gets to room temperature before feeding. Under no circumstances should you let the food warm for more than 15 minutes and never allow it to come in contact with any surface that could transfer bacteria to it during this time. Anything the food touches while warming will also be eaten by your pet.
I stored Gel items in a freezer after opening. Can I still use it?
While our testing at the Hikari® Aquatic Laboratory has found that freezing doesnít reduce the nutritional content of the food and can help it last longer, we do not recommend freezing. Once frozen Gel items wonít have its normal texture and cannot retain its shape as moisture is lost during thawing.
When I started feeding my gecko LeopaGel™, it got diarrhea. Should I stop feeding?
It is possible that some geckos can have watery feces when switching from one food to another. We have found this to be a temporary issue with no negative impact to the reptile unless it persists for more than a few days.
How many crickets is the nutritional value of LeopaGel™ equivalent to?
Approximately 1cm of LeopaGel™ offers the calories of about three 2cm crickets, but much better nutrition.

Leopard
Gecko

  • Length: 20 to 25 cm
  • Lifespan: 10 years
  • Character: Gentle, Nocturnal
  • Tale autotomy: Carefully handling is required to avoid self-amputation.
LEOPAGEL

Ideal For Insect-Eating Reptiles

A Scientifically Formulated Growth & Maintenance Diet For Insect-Eating Reptiles Like Leopard Geckos

  • No Mixing Required
  • Lab-Verified Nutrient Mix
  • Delightful Taste
  • Reduces Odor

Feeding LEOPAGEL™

No insects!No Mixing!Just squeeze out and tear off!

LEOPAGEL Package

  1. STEP1

    1. Tear off using feeding forceps.

  2. STEP2

    2. Dangling.

  3. STEP3

    3. Enjoy!

  • A dry/hard piece of food can form at the pouch opening and beginning of the stick. Dispose of this.
  • Best size to tear off around 2cm.
  • Easy to eat, no residue, no stains on the pet's mouth and cage.

Feeding amount & frequency

For baby geckos(5-20g) feed a small amount(around 2 of 1cm gel)daily.
For adults(50-60g) feed 2 of 2cm gel every 2-3 days based ontheir size.

  • A healthy individual with good nutritional reserves will be fine without food for a week or two.
  • Approximately 1cm of LeopaGel™ offers the calories of about three 2cm crickets,but much better nutrition.
  • Always keep refrigerated after opening.

Crested
Gecko

  • Length: 20 to 25 cm
  • Lifespan: 10 years
  • Character: Gentle, Nocturnal
  • Tale Autotomy: Carefully handling is required to avoid self-amputation.
CRESTGEL

Ideal For Fruit & Insect-Eating Geckos

A Growth And Maintenance Diet For Most Fruit & Insect-Eating Geckos, Like Crested Geckos, Giant Geckos And Phelsuma Day Geckos.

  • No Mixing Required
  • Delightful Taste
  • Lab-Verified Nutrient Mix
  • Reduces Odor

Feeding CRESTGEL™

No Mixing!Just squeeze out and feed!!

CRESTGEL Package

  1. STEP1

    1. Squeeze out on to a spoon.

  2. STEP2

    2. Offer gel from below.

  1. STEP1

    1. Squeeze out on to a food container.

  2. STEP2

    2. Install the container on the wall.

Feeding amount & frequency

For baby geckos: Feed every night. For adults: Feed every 2-3days.
If any CrestGelTM remains in the morning, it needs to be removed and disposed.

Feed well during the growing season and after spawning, but rarely before and after molting, during the breeding season and before spawning.

Bearded
Dragon

  • Length: 40 to 50 cm
  • Lifespan: 8 to 10 years
  • Character: Gentle, Diurnal
  • Tale Autotomy: None

Their diet changes from insect to vegetable food as Bearded Dragon matures, so we recommend changing from DragonGel™ to Dragon Delite™.

  • Baby(Up to 20cm) Feed DragonGel exclusively once/day.
  • Sub-Adult(20 to 40cm) Feed DragonGel and Dragon Delite once/day.
  • Adult(Over 40cm)Feed Dragon Delite once every 2-3 days.
  • Obesity is the cause of illness so resist overfeeding when your Bearded Dragon matures into an adult.
DRAGONGEL

Ideal For Vegetable & Insect-Eating Lizards

A Growth And Maintenance Diet For Most Vegetable & Insect-Eating Lizards, Like Bearded Dragons, Ocellated Lizards & Water Dragons.

  • Scientifically Formulated For Each Life Stage
  • Delightful Taste
  • Reduces Odor
  • Lab-Verified Nutrient Mix

Feeding DRAGONGEL™

DRAGONGEL Package

  1. STEP1

    1. Squeeze out. 1

  2. STEP2

    2. Cut by forceps. 2

  3. STEP3

    3. Dangling.

  4. STEP4

    4. Enjoy!

  • 1 A dry/hard piece of food can form at the pouch opening and beginning of the stick. Dispose of this.
  • 2 Best to cut off around 2cm size.
DRAGON DELITE

Ideal For Vegetable & Insect-Eating Lizards

A Scientifically Formulated, Probiotic Enhanced Pellet For Insect & Vegetable Eating Lizards Like Adult Bearded Dragons.

  • Scientifically Formulated For Each Life Stage
  • Delightful Taste
  • Reduces Odor
  • Lab-Verified Nutrient Mix

Feeding DRAGON DELITE™

DRAGON DELITE Package

  1. STEP1

    1. Add water to soften the Dragon Delite™.

  2. STEP2

    2. Once absorbed, feed.

  3. STEP3

    3. Enjoy!

Testudo
Graeca

MULBERIFIC DELITE

Ideal For Tortoise & Herbivorous Lizards

A Scientifically Formulated, Probiotic Enhanced Pellet For Tortoise & Herbivorous Lizards Like Adult Spiny-Tailed Lizards or Iguana.

  • Mulberry Leaf Offers Superior Nutrition
  • Fiber Rich
  • Enhances Water Retention
  • Balanced Nutrition & Unique Texture
  • No color additives
  • The "Hikari-Germ™" Benefit

Feeding MULBERIFIC DELITE™

For optimum results please soak the pellets in pure, fresh water for at least 5 minutes before feeding. This allows each pellet to completely hydrate and take on the preferred texture. The pellet will become 4X heavier when completely waterlogged.
While Mulberific Delite™ is intended to be an exclusive food; many herbivorous tortoises also like wild grasses or vegetables and forest dwellers like fruits, all of which can be fed, if desired, but will impact the finely tuned nutrient profile of the diet thereby reducing its benefits.

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